Ok so here is my problem. I recently graduated from UCSB doing mathematical finance (not too great gpa 3.2). The thing is, during my second year or so I got really interested in physics and disillusioned with my major. I didn't do anything about it because I thought I was too late into my major to switch (big mistake). Well now I have a degree but I want to go back and do physics (I also found out that UCSB is a top ten school in physics which makes me even more mad that I didn't switch when I should've). I only took one physics course during college and got an easy A, but it was an intro class. So my question is, how can I get into a master's program? Should I take a bunch of physics classes at a community college or something and then apply? And is there some way of getting an extremely accelerated bachelors in physics since I've done all my GE's? I basically feel like I've wasted 4 years of my life studying something I don't want to do anymore... help would be appreciated.